10 edition of Justice, gender, and the family found in the catalog.
|Statement||Susan Moller Okin.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1426 .O85 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||89042519|
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Question: In Her Book Justice, Gender, And Family, The American Philosopher Susan Moller Okin Claims That Women Continue To Face Social Injustice Today Because Of _____. A Shortage Of Women Willing To Serve In High Political Positions The Traditional Gender Roles Embedded In Family Life The Natural Biological Differences Between The Sexes Women’s Reproductive. This chapter reviews the book Justice, Gender, and the Family (), by Susan Moller Okin. Women suffer injustice not only through discrimination in the public world, but also through the ways labor is organized and income is distributed within the family itself. It is in families that the cruelest discrimination against women takes place. The patterns of family life limit their opportunities.
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Unlike the hierarchical family Justice is shielded from the considerations of justice, the egalitarian family in which justice is exemplified can more readily cultivate citizens capable of understanding and defending justice in the broader public by: Justice, Gender, and the Family book.
Read 15 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the first feminist critique of modern political /5. Unlike the hierarchical family that is shielded from the considerations of justice, the egalitarian family in which justice is exemplified can more readily cultivate citizens capable of understanding and defending justice in the broader public world/5(6).
Susan Okin’s radical thesis in Gender, Gender, and the Family is that the ideal of the gender-structured family is source of persistent gender inequality in politics, the workplace, and actual families. However, the book has widely been taken to be making a much narrower claim: that theorists of justice should extend their analysis to the family, ensuring that the division of labor in the family is Author: Michaele Ferguson.
Gender and Justice in Family Law Disputes offers insights into how women's autonomy and personal decision-making capabilities are expressed via multiple formal and nonformal dispute-resolution mechanisms, and as part of their social and legal lived realities.
Justice, Gender, And The Family Susan Moller Okin In the first feminist critique of modern political theory, Okin shows how the failure to apply theories of justice to the family not only undermines our most cherished democratic values but has led to a major crisis over gender-related issues.
Co-winner of the American Political Science Association's Victoria Schuck Award, given for the best book(s) published in on women and politics, this is the first feminist critique of modern political theory that in shows why and how in order to include all of us, theories of justice need to apply their standards to the family itself/10(18).
It’s a book about justice and gender and the family. Specifically it’s a far-reaching feminist critique of classic works in political theory. Susan Moller Okin Justice Gender and the Family - Buy Justice, Gender, and the Family book online at best prices in India on Read Justice, Gender, and the Family book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(3).
Justice, gender, and the family User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Okin, also author of Women in Western Political Thought (LJ 1/15/80), here is concerned with the lack of justice 5/5(1).
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Publication date Topics Sex discrimination against women, Women's rights, Sex role Publisher New York: Basic BooksPages: Justice, gender, and the family.
[Susan Moller Okin] -- This work is a feminist critique of modern political theory. The author sets out to show how the failure to apply theories of justice to the family not only undermines democratic values but has led. GENDER, JUSTICE, AND THE FAMILY Okin states that the family is the "linchpin" of the gender structure (at 14).
By this she means that the unequal sexual division of labor in the family is problematic not only because it impedes women's opportunities in the public sphere of wage earning and politics, but also because it does not.
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These theories include the liberalism of John Rawls, the libertarianism of Robert Nozick, and the communitarianism of Alasdair MacIntyre and Michael Walzer. For each theorist's major work she argues that a foundational assumption is incorrect because of a faulty perception of gender or family mater: University of Auckland, University of Oxford.
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Family as Linchpin: Current, gender-structured social arrangements are sustained crucially by a gender-structured family, in particular by a tradi-tional division of labor that assigns the work of housekeeping and child rearing principally to women (chs. 6, 7).4 Drawing the natural implications from these claims, Okin argues that justice.
Justice, Gender, and the Family by Susan Okin,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().More precisely, Justice, Gender, and the Family is a page polemical essay prefaced by pages of analysis, quotation, and footnotes. Okin takes the reader on a laborious tour of the views of the reigning philosophers of justice—John Rawls, Alasdair MacIntyre, Robert Nozick, Michael Walzer-and accuses them of having paid insufficient attention to the family.